MidnightMadness – 2/11/2018

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“If we can have faith that a McDonald’s cheeseburger won’t kill us, shouldn’t we be able to have a little more faith in God?” ~M


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February Writing Prompts

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Here we go again…  Let’s spice it up a little bit this month!  ~M xo

1. Phantasmagorical
2. Niches and nooks
3. Blushing authenticity
4. Intimate endeavors
5. Silly n sexy
6. Moonstruck repercussions
7. Inexpressible notions
8. Red crush
9. Erotic sentiments
10. Bloodthirsty and blazing
11. Ravishing peril
12. Sumptuous and sweet
13. Desperate obligations
14. Intense attraction
15. Dedicated to denial
16. Hippie harbor
17. Precarious quandaries
18. Corner gridlock
19. Steadfast turmoil
20. Cupid’s conspiracy
21. Immortally cantankerous
22. Amorous affections
23. Mounting proportions
24. Lavender love
25. Dignified and divergent
26. Giddy ganders
27. Reckless frenzy
28. Volatile voracity

If you’re a new participant, please don’t forget to link back to this post so that I can check out your work.  And as usual, I’ll be posting my responses to these prompts over at my other blog, which can be found here:  Her Writing Haven.

The Narrow Gate

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The Narrow Gate

13 “Go in through the narrow gate, because the gate to hell is wide and the road that leads to it is easy, and there are many who travel it. 14 But the gate to life is narrow and the way that leads to it is hard, and there are few people who find it.

Matthew 7:13-14 Good News Translation (GNT)

I’ve been thinking about this so much lately.  Anybody have any thoughts to share?  It seems a mystery to me most days, how we’re ever supposed to find the narrow gate in the first place.  Seems difficult, if not impossible.  But nothing’s impossible with God… right?  ~M

Exciting News! Read all about it!

Well, I’ve got some rather exciting news to tell all of you about, and I just can’t hold it in any longer. Some of you may have noticed that I’ve been rather aloof these days, and I promise you, it comes with good reason. I have been secretly working on 12 poetry books, and my […]

via Exciting news! Read all about it! — Her Writing Haven

December Writing Prompt Participants

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Happy New Year everyone!  December just seemed to whoosh right by and I’ve had a really hard time keeping up with everything.  Seems like the rest of you did too, especially by the way this month ended with very few people participating in the prompts.  However, Dorinda Duclos kept at it again, and managed to be the only one to complete every prompt this month.  I promise to try a bit harder to do more of these this month.  We’ll see how far I get!  😉  Good luck to the rest of you!  The new prompts for January can be found here:  January Writing Prompts.

 

  1. Weaving words

Night Owl Poetry – https://dorindaduclos.com/2017/12/01/weaving-words-poetry-decemberwriting/

Lane Burke – poet, traveller, person of letters – https://laneburke.wordpress.com/2017/12/02/weaving-words/

Tessa Can Do It! Positivity is Catching! – https://tessacandoit.com/2017/12/01/december-writing-prompts-by-michelle-december-1-2017/

Smell the Coffee – https://smellthecoffeeweb.blog/2017/12/01/weaving-words/

MILLENNIAL BLOGSTER – https://millennialblogster.wordpress.com/2017/12/01/weaving-words/

Afterwards – https://afterwards.blog/2017/12/04/george-and-alice/

THIS N THAT WITH ME – https://cthisnthat.wordpress.com/2017/12/09/weaving-words/

Continue reading “December Writing Prompt Participants”

January Writing Prompts

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Sorry I’m a little late in the day.  Let’s see if we can do a whole year of these.  😉

1. Shimmers of chartreuse
2. Moonlit excursions
3. Butter brickle
4. Teleporting topless
5. Alphabet stew
6. Sinkholes and sandpaper
7. Pinches of positivity
8. Rusty bearings
9. Thirsty gulps
10. A sea of chardonnay
11. Bankruptcy to Broadway
12. Pestered and polished
13. Glitz and glam
14. Permanently petrified
15. Mountains must move
16. Wild and willful
17. Prickly pears
18. Drips of diversions
19. Spotted cow
20. Knackered and numb
21. Once upon a princess
22. Centerfold sensations
23. Captured in corduroy
24. Felix Fineas
25. Troubling truths
26. Steamy and dreamy
27. Over the esker
28. Dunked and drizzled
29. The bridge beyond
30. Stinging nettles
31. Time before time

If you’re a new participant, please don’t forget to link back to this post so that I can check out your work.  And as usual, I’ll be posting my responses to these prompts over at my other blog, which can be found here:  Her Writing Haven.

A poem’s meaning

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“A poem’s meaning is often lost among a slew of unimaginative eyes, for the true intent and heart of the poet is rarely discernible. And those who have the rare opportunity to discover the meaning of the poet’s incredulous words, are often deeply moved and sometimes even changed, by those delicately written sentiments, which often resonate and intermingle within the heart of the reader himself.” ~M


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